New! Hope Canyon
Hope Canyon is the uplifting story of a struggling local theatre company and its artists as they present their final tragedy, Hope Canyon, so poorly that it turns out to be a smash comedy.
Ed’s now arranged with Actors Equity Association – and some of Water Works Theatre Company’s veteran actors – to present an on-line reading and live talk-back on February 27.
“It’s time to hear Hope Canyon come to life through this talented cast,” Nahhat said. “With feedback from our audience, we hope to refine the work toward a full staged production.”
Shakespeare Royal Oak Artistic Director Sara Cathryn Wolf curated the talk-back.
Watch Hope Canyon
There’s still time to experience the virtual premiere of Hope Canyon. Reserve your FREE ticket today to enjoy this developmental reading before it disappears on Sunday, March 8.
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Help Shakespeare Royal Oak continue to bring professional theatre to our community.
Shakespeare Royal Oak thanks a dear friend and actor, Tobin Hissong, for choosing SRO as one of his “Top 5” local theatres to benefit from the release of his new recording – “Ghostlight”. This original song evokes the feeling of being in a darkened theatre, with only the ghostlight on, and the promise we feel as we await what comes next.
Proceeds from download of “Ghostlight” were divided equally between his “Top 5” theatre companies.
Please visit http://www.tobinhissong.com/ for more about “Ghostlight” and until we can return to the theatres we love, let’s “keep the ghostlights burning”!
Happy 20th Anniversary Shakespeare Royal Oak!
Shakespeare Royal Oak turned 20 last summer. Though we could not gather In The Park to celebrate together, our SRO Team collaborated with performers, crew, production staff, and audience members to create special premier messaging and performances to entertain you. Together, we made a Toast to our 20th Anniversary.
Tune in to our YouTube channel. Enjoy the performances and messages where we shared stories, snapshots, memories and moments from seasons past.
Thank you for helping us reach this milestone year. We look forward to returning to Starr Jaycee Park and sharing the beautiful words of the Bard with you on many more summer nights. Until that time …
Ed and the SRO Team
Please support SRO as we make plans to return to the park in 2021.
Don’t forget: visit our special Toast 20 Celebration YouTube channel.
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